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In 1916 the Easter Rising had been suppressed within a week, but in the hostile years that followed, the rebels’ goal of Irish independence gained widespread — and violently contested — support.

If they censor, if they try to suppress any misinformation, they’re accused of bias.

DeepCT assigns a higher weight to important terms and suppresses low importance or off-topic terms in the passage.

Long lines at the polls might be caused by bandwidth issues with online check-in systems, rather than deliberate efforts to suppress voters.

Withdrawal from cocaine is associated with changes in the readout of hundreds of genes involved in rewiring neural circuits and altering synaptic connections, but in the rats whose dopaminylation was prevented, these changes were suppressed.

Genetically distinct parasites did not hit at different seasons, nor did the host immune system suppress the parasite’s growth, the team found.

Despite concerns this change could suppress votes, the election went smoothly, thanks to the convention center’s size and the always-low turnout for primary elections, not to mention the many citizens who had already voted by early or by mail.

It currently receives 80% of all search queries in the United States, and the DOJ says it uses the tens of billions of dollars of annual profits from search advertising to unfairly suppress its competition.

Throughout the pandemic, Netflix has warned that the subscriber boom wouldn’t last — and in fact, that its surge in new customers could suppress growth in the future.

This crowding is a result of past management practices that suppressed wildfires and prioritized timber harvesting.

Healthy forests do more than just prevent wildfiresBy Bales & Conklin/The ConversationOctober 19, 2020Popular Science

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